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 I just finished this book and really liked it. It is well-written with well-develoImage resultped, likeable characters. The novel deals with  the relationship between two classmates both suffering from  depression. It is a touching story of their  impact upon each others lives.
 One young reviewer   recovering with depression,  claimed this book acted as a "trigger" for her. I have included a link to her blog post here. Her  comments are insightful and deserve consideration. However,  I am obliged to include a Spoiler Alert!
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This is Image result for everything everything imagesone of the most popular books in the Media Center this year. Here is a review based on that  of Common Sense Media. Everything Everything tells the story of Madeline Whittier, an 18-year- old girl who can never leave her house. She has SCID (severe combined immunodeficiency). In short, she is allergic to everything in the outside world. But ,when a new family moves in next door, she becomes drawn into the life of their teenage son, Olly.  Madeline, who has always accepted her situation,begins taking risks and wanting a life beyond the sanitized environment of her home.  This book has diverse characters  and is a good choice if you like teen romance and some intrigue.
Warnings: there are references to sex and some scenes include swearing, smoking, drinking and domestic violence.
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This book brought to life characters that were more than what others labeled them to be and expressed the dangers of mob mentality, propaganda, and  a horrible lack of perspective. Teens will never feel as understood as they will when reading this novel. In a world where adults consent to having their children who are deemed ‘difficult’ or ‘lacking potential’ divided into a thousand pieces, three teenagers have gone awol  just before  they’re supposed to go under the knife. The futuristic element of Shusterman's novel keep you constantly anticipating the next jaw-dropping moment with every revelation about the diverse assortment of characters.  -Taina Bernard, 12th Grade 
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